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Mahmood Gusev
Mahmood Gusev

[S9E1] Five Little Pigs

The novel's title is from a nursery rhyme, usually referred to as This Little Piggy, which is used by Poirot to organise his thoughts regarding the investigation. Each of the five little pigs mentioned in the nursery rhyme is used as a title for a chapter in the book, corresponding to the five suspects.[8] Agatha Christie used this style of title in other novels, including One, Two, Buckle My Shoe, Hickory Dickory Dock, A Pocket Full of Rye, and Crooked House.[9]

[S9E1] Five Little Pigs

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The adaptation is fairly faithful to the original, with some changes to character backgrounds and minor details of the plot, and the omission of Poirot's interviews with people who were in charge of the case 14 years ago (corresponding to the first half of Book I in the novel). The Detective merely interviews the judge, not visiting the solicitors or the police superintendent, and focuses more on the testimonies of the "five little pigs", realized in the adaptation in form interviews and flashbacks instead of via letters. 041b061a72


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